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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Freee:


    I heard this: If you have a crossfire or 3870x2,4870x2 or 5970 gpu card, you can not use both gpu core.
    But if you disable crossfire and run xserver on both gpu (I don't know how can you do these), you will get 2 active gpu cores.

    Immy

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Got it running on a ATI Radeon HD 5830.

    Here's the results from the benchmark.

    snapshot1.jpg

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Did you exact follow the tut and got it working?
    I am asking, because when I install the driver and restart I get errors and am not able to boot into BT again.

    ati radeon 4350 HD silent

    Thanx for the reply.

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingDutchMan View Post
    Did you exact follow the tut and got it working?
    I am asking, because when I install the driver and restart I get errors and am not able to boot into BT again.

    ati radeon 4350 HD silent

    Thanx for the reply.
    Yes I followed it to the letter, but I installed it on a Backtrack 4 Final. I then decided to upgrade to R2. Once on R2, I had to reinstall pyrit ( with the same instructions from the tut) to get it working.

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingDutchMan View Post
    Did you exact follow the tut and got it working?
    I am asking, because when I install the driver and restart I get errors and am not able to boot into BT again.

    ati radeon 4350 HD silent

    Thanx for the reply.
    I have the same problem, i have Mobility Radeon HD 5650 graphic card. I can't startx
    Just the terminal.

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Quote Originally Posted by Immy01 View Post
    Freee:


    I heard this: If you have a crossfire or 3870x2,4870x2 or 5970 gpu card, you can not use both gpu core.
    But if you disable crossfire and run xserver on both gpu (I don't know how can you do these), you will get 2 active gpu cores.

    Immy
    I'm not around my box that I had working, but I've got 4x 5870's working and I had to use this command (please note I'm pulling from off the top of my head, so I may be wrong)

    Code:
    aticonfig --lsa
    to list the ati devices, you should see one for each card (or gpu, not sure)
    Code:
    aticonfig --adapters=all --initial
    I believe this worked for me after a reboot from it saying it started X on each card. let me know if this works or not k?

    for what it's worth, I'm currently debugging a throttling issue (I think?)
    running just one card I can pull ~82k PMK/s
    running 4x cards they each pull ~51k PMK/s

    I almost think it's a power issue, so I'm going to look into that and perhaps try to troubleshoot this some more over the weekend.

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Quote Originally Posted by Immy01 View Post
    Freee:


    I heard this: If you have a crossfire or 3870x2,4870x2 or 5970 gpu card, you can not use both gpu core.
    But if you disable crossfire and run xserver on both gpu (I don't know how can you do these), you will get 2 active gpu cores.

    Immy
    i can't test it, i have only one card not dual-gpu, but i'm sure you can use both gpu after enable the crossfire.
    To do this have to create a crossfire chain, see this section of aticonfig
    Code:
    Multiple display adapter options:
      Following options are used for querying and setting up multiple
      display adapters that are installed for multihead or Crossfire
      configurations.
      --lsa, --list-adapters
            Lists all detected and supported display adapters.
            The default adapter (used when --adapter is not specified)
            will be indicated with a "*" next to it.
      --adapter=ADAPTERLIST
            Selects which adapters returned by --list-adapters should
            be affected by other aticonfig options.  ADAPTERLIST contains
            either a comma-seperated sequence of the index numbers of the
            adapters to be affected or else contains the keyword "all" to
            select all the adapters.  If --adapter is missing, only the
            default adapter will be affected.
      --lscc, --list-crossfire-candidates
            Queries the driver to determine the pool of available devices that can
            can be chained together for CrossFire.
      --lscs, --list-crossfire-status
            List current Crossfire status (enabled or disabled) along with diagnostics
            information indicates the status of your system
      --lsch, --list-crossfire-chains
            Lists the CrossFire chains that are currently defined along with their
            enabled state
      --cfa, --add-crossfire-chain
            Defines a new CrossFire chain.  --adapter should contain the adapter
            chain definition, with the master adapter being the first entry and
            the slave adapters being the subsequent entries in order of priority.
      --cfd, --delete-crossfire-chain
            Delete and existing defined CrossFire chain.  --adapter should list the
            master adapters of the chains to be deleted.  --adapter=all will delete
            all chain definitions.
      --cf, --crossfire={on|off}
            Enables/disables CrossFire support on the currently defined CrossFire
            chains.  --adapter should list the master adapters to be enabled or
            disabled.
      --cfl, --crossfire-logo={on|off}
            Enables/disables the appearance of the CrossFire Logo when rendering
            in CrossFire mode
    Try if you can and post the result.

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    Hi freee!

    According to my mind, 5970 works. Both GPU calculate.
    Unfortunately, I always get error message:

    Code:
    /usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/cpyrit/cpyrit.py:63: UserWarning: WARNING: Version mismatch between <module 'cpyrit._cpyrit_cpu' from '/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/cpyrit/_cpyrit_cpu.so'> ('0.4.1-dev (svn r297)') and <module 'cpyrit._cpyrit_calpp' from '/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/cpyrit/_cpyrit_calpp.so'> ('0.4.0-dev (svn r297)')
    
      "('%s')\n" % (_cpyrit_cpu, _cpyrit_cpu.VERSION, mod, ver))
    Pyrit 0.4.1-dev (svn r297) (C) 2008-2011 Lukas Lueg http://pyrit.googlecode.com
    This code is distributed under the GNU General Public License v3+
    Cal++ 0.90 and Pyrit 0.4.1-dev (svn r297).
    Do you know which conf file should I modify to dissapear error message?

    I would like to make a new highscore (first I overclocked my i7-860)

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    soooo helpful, other than the version warning it works perfectly. thank you very much.

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    Default Re: Ati Driver | Stream sdk 2.2 (Opencl 1.1) | CAL++ | cpyrit_calpp |

    yay, finally figured out how to run my HD 5970 above 70,000 PMK/s! Problem was crossfire being enabled. I was mislead at first because "aticonfig --lsch" says crossfire was disabled. But if you run the command "aticonfig --lscs" it showed enabled, wtf?!

    So to disable crossfire I had to do the following:
    1. aticonfig --adapter=all --initial (this reconfigures /etc/X11/xorg.conf and also makes a copy of the original as xorg.conf.fglrx-1)
    2. restart x server by press control+alt+backspace
    3. type startx once at the command prompt
    4. run "aticonfig --lscs" to ensure it says disabled. If not, run "aticonfig --adapter=all --cf=off" and restart X again from step 2
    5. if you do "pyrit list_cores" it should only list one GPU, don't worry just need a simple command to access the other gpu.
    6. type "export DISPLAY=:0" to access the other GPU.
    7. Run pyrit list_cores again and should get both GPUs now.
    8. Run pyrit benchmark and you should be getting PMK/s in the 100,000 range. I get around 145,000 PMK/s

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